Important upcoming Sitefinity webinars

Important upcoming Sitefinity webinars

April 12, 2011 0 Comments

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There are a couple of Sitefinity-related webinars on the horizon that will be packed with lots of great information.  The details are listed below; please register and attend.

Sitefinity 4 Automated Tests with WebUI Test Studio

April 14th, 2011 - Learn how Sitefinity 4 and WebUI Test Studio come together to help you build, test, and deliver robust web solutions. Get an overview of WebUI Test Studio and learn how to automate tests to ensure the integrity of your Sitefinity solution.

Register to attend

Personal note, the Telerik WebUI team is just up the road from me (Gabe) in Austin.  Their product is incredible and demonstrates a strong understanding of the challenges they are addressing.  Any rapidly evolving web site could benefit greatly from WebUI Test Studio .  Check out this webinar to learn more.

What's new in Sitefinity 4.1

April 19th 2011 - In this webinar Sitefinity Evangelist Gabe Sumner will demonstrate what's new in this latest Sitefinity release. This will include shared content blocks, language packs, cache dependencies, custom user fields, Azure support, additional newsletter features and much more! Please attend live to get the latest information and ask questions of the Sitefinity development team.

Register to attend

Personal note, we’ve moved the ‘What’s New’ webinars to the week after the release.   This gives me more time to plan strong content.  There is a lot packed into the 4.1 release, but it’s easy to overlook some of the hidden gems.  During this webinar I’ll work hard to highlight everything that is packed into this release.  I also have a few surprises planned that I think you’ll like.  Hopefully you’ll attend.  :)


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